Here are three fragments of life seen through a Zentangle lens.
We live in an oldish (1875) Victorian home. Some of the windows have the original wrinkled glass. After raising the sash on the window in my office, I noticed that the two right panes were the old glass and the two left panes were modern flat glass. The sun cast shadows on the roof across the street in a way that reminded me of diva dance.
Maria showed me this image from a quote of the day email:
After talking about it, we thought that, from a Zentangle perspective, it would read, "Make amazing mistakes glorious."
A few days ago I went outside before bed to look at the full moon. Then I noticed a well-formed "Z" in the sky. As it began to dissolve (the top was as clearly defined as the bottom) I thought to grab a picture. That bright light on the left is the moon.
After people learn to tangle, they often exclaim, "I see patterns!"
How does your world look to you through your Zentangle lens?